According to TVBytheNumbers.com, the Jan. 13 edition of “Monday Night Raw” averaged 4,403,000 viewers, which was slightly down from the previous week. The previous week’s “Old School” “Monday Night Raw” drew 4,723,000 viewers, a noticeably high number for WWE.
The first hour, which featured the first match pitting The Usos against Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt, averaged 4,399,000 viewers. Viewership then increased for the second hour, which featured the New Age Outlaws turning on CM Punk, as it averaged 4,598,000 viewers. For the third and final hour, which had the crowd explode after Daniel Bryan did away with the spell the Wyatt Family casted upon him, saw viewership decreased to 4,214,000 viewers.
Due to having little competition from ESPN as NCAA football season is over along with the NFL’s regular season, “Monday Night Raw” was number-one on cable for viewership for the night. The show’s final rating will be released later tonight, Jan. 14, 2014.